Many industrial companies struggle to sustain compliance. As corporate auditors return to facilities, they find similar findings year after year. This frustrating cycle can be broken by integrating EHS into the business process in a way that drives sustainable improvements. As industrial operations become more systematic and standardized through ISO certification, lean and Six Sigma manufacturing initiatives, and other efficiency efforts, companies are finding that embedding EHS requirements within these systems leads to more sustainable compliance efforts.
On Thursday, May 26, MWH, now part of Stantec, staff are presenting on the benefits of integrating Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) management systems into operations. Hosted by Randy Young, who spent more than 30 years as a Health, Safety, Environmental and Facility manager, this webinar will share a few stories of the challenges and successes companies face when integrating EHS management systems into their operations. The presentation is provided to the National Association for Environmental Management (NAEM). In preparation for the webinar, Chris Daly prepared a blog discussing these benefits. The blog may be accessed here. Chris Daly is a principal engineer and project manager for MWH, now part of Stantec, in Chicago where he is responsible for EHS services to multinational clients in the manufacturing, oil & gas, and chemical industries.
Registration may be found here.